What's nice is the variety of topics he touches on:
- The lack of interest in ESL vs. design implementation, and why engineers are being short-sighted by not getting into architecture.
- Thermal performance, an interdisciplinary problem. When I've been involved in thermal analysis, the biggest problem is coming up with a credible power consumption figure. It's back to the "vectors" problem, and what's a representative (or worst-case) simulation?
- Is DFM for Designers?
- Fewer students are going into Engineering. And engineers "get no respect", as Rodney Dangerfield would say.
Thanks Gabe, for the synopsis!